I'm getting on a plane for Boston early tomorrow morning, so I don't know if I'll blog again from Sundance, but here's a little video to tide you over.
Obligatory celebrity close-up: Jim Carrey takes the stage after the "I Love You Philip Morris" screening (joined by Ewan MacGregor half way down the aisle).
Some bonehead yells out, "What was it like to kiss Ewan MacGregor?" Here's Carrey's response.
Over to the post-screening Q&A for "The Winning Season": Sam Rockwell responds to a rather ardent fan and talks about the benefits of improv when building a character.
"Winning Season" writer-director James C. Strouse discusses his cinematic influences, then hands the mike over to Rob Corddry, who bails.
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